■FW l 1921
State Uqiveisiti] ol Iowa
TWENTIETH ANNUAL ANNOUNCEMEN'
ate University of Iowa
Iowa City, Iowa.
Published by the University.
Medical Department Calendar.
September lltli, 1889,— Session begins.
December 20th, 1889, — Holiday vacation begins.
January 2d, 1890, -Holiday vacation ends.
March 12th, 1890,— Commencement.
Charles a. Schaffer, Ph. D.,
W. v. Peck, a. m.. m. J).,
Dean of the Faculty, and Professor of Surgery and Clinical Surgery.
V. J. Farnsworth, A. M., M. 1).,
Professor of Materia Medica and Diseases of Children.
John C. SHRADER, A. M., M. D.,
(Member of Iowa State Board of Health.)
Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology, and Clinical Gynecology, and Lecturer on
Sanitary Science and Public Hygiene.
W. I). Mii>dleton, A. M., M. D.,
Professor of Theory and Practice of Medicine, and Clinical Medicine.
Richard W. Hill, M. D.,
Professor of Physiology and Microscopic Anatomy, Secretary of the Medical
Faculty, and Assistant to the Professor of Surgery.
Charles A. Schaeffer, Ph. I).,
Professor of Chemistry and Toxicology.
Lawrence W. Littig, A. M., M. D., M. R. C. S.,
Professor of Anatomy.
C. M. Hobby, M. D.,
Lecturer on Ophthalmology and Otology.
8. S. Lytle, M. D.,
Prosector to the Chair of Anatomy.
Walter C. Dunton, A. M.,
Lecturers on Medical Jurisprudence.
Albert Reynolds, M. I).,
(Late Superintencent of the Hospital for the Insane at Independence.)
Lecturer on Insanity.
A. C. Peters, M. D.
Demonstrator of Anatomy, Curator of the Medical Museum, and Assistant
Secretary of the Faculty.
Boar*d of JVt ec *ieal Examiners, 1889
Dr. J. P. Guthrie,
Dr. J. L. Pifer,
Dr. C. II. Morse,
Dr. George Kessel,
Dr. A. F. Barfoot,
Eagle Grove, la.
ORDEE OF PUBLIC EXAMINATION.
march 11th and 12th, 1889.
10.30-12.00— Materia Medica.
8.00 10.00 — Commencement.
2.00 3.30 -Physiology.
The above order of Examination was observed at the Commencement
Practice of Medicine.
JVJedieal fllumni Association,
The annual meeting is held in the amphitheatre of the Medical
Department at two o'clock p. m. on the day of Commencement.
Every graduate of the Department is requested to send his or her name
and address to the Secretary for enrollment.
President, Dr. M. B. Moon, Iowa City, Iowa.
Vice-President, Dr. Lizzie IIkss, Iowa City, Iowa.
Secretary, Dr. S. S. Lytle, Iowa City, Iowa.
For the purpose of increasing the facilities for medical instruction the
Board of Regents have decided to extend the course to six months, and
to require attendance on three annual sessions, of all candidates for
tin- degree of Doctor of Medicine.
The twentieth annual course of lectures will begin September 11th,
1889, and continue six months, closing in March, 1890.
There will be a holiday vacation commencing Friday evening, Decem-
ber 20th, and ending Thursday evening, January 2d.
The course will be divided into three years, Junior, Middle and
The lectures for the Junior Year will be on Anatomy, Physiology,
Materia Medica, Chemistry and Histology, with Microscopical work.
For the Middle year, Anatomy, Physiology, Materia Medica, Chemis-
try. Surgery, Practice of Medicine and Obstetrics.
For the Senior year, Surgery, Practice of Medicine, Obstetrics,
Ophthalmology and Otology, Diseases of Children, Mental Diseases, Medi-
cal Jurisprudence and Medical Diagnosis, Chemical Laboratory work in
Practical Anatomy in Junior and Middle years.
( hemical Laboratory work in Junior year.
Medical, Surgical, Fye and Ear and Gynecological Clinics, each week
during the term — attendance required of all students.
Students from other accredited colleges who have attended one course
of lectures, will be admitted to the Middle class.
Those who have attended two courses, will be admitted to the Senior
class, and will be examined in all the principle branches at the end of
the third year.
Students w.ho have begun the two years course in this department,
may take the full course for 1889-90, and present themselves for final
examination and graduation at the end of the term.
OUTLIXE OF THE PLAX OF IXSTPUCTIOX.
Instruction is given by lectures, recitations, clinics, practical work in
laboratories, dissections, and daily oral examinations.
The lectures in anatomy are thoroughly illustrated by all the modern
aids to teaching.
During the first half of the term comparative and descriptive anatomy
will be fully considered, while the last part of the session will be reserved
for a complete consideration of regional and surface anatomy, accom-
panied by illustrations on the cadaver.
PHYSIOLOGY AND MICROSCOPIC ANATOMY.
In this department the inductive method is very largely employed in
imparting instruction. The lectures are profusely illustrated by means
of charts, diagrams, and blackboard figures, and the student is rendered
practically familiar with the phenomena of the most important bodily
functions in normal operation, by the employment of experiments upon
living animals as a means of demonstration.
Histology will be taught principally in the laboratory, the Chair
having been furnished with a number of fine microscopes for this
CHEMISTRY AND TOXICOLOGY.
In the course of lectures on chemistry, special stress is laid upon
physiological chemistry; the study of the chemistry of the secretions, ex-
cretions, and vital processes being regarded as most essential; the study of
the principles of general chemistry being made introductory and sub-
ordinate to that phase of the subject which more immediately concerns
the medical practitioner.
This branch is taught by lectures and examinations in a general and
practical manner, illustrated by a well selected cabinet of crude drugs
and officinal preparations. Special attention is also given to therapeutics,
and to the latest advances made in that department.
PRACTICE OF MEDICINE.
The Chair of Theory and Practice of Medicine combines didactic and
clinical instruction. Many of the subjects treated of in the didactic
course find illustration in the hospital amphitheatre, and pathological
study is facilitated by post mortem examinations, as well as by wet and
dry preparations from the museum.
Recitations by the advanced classes will be held each week on this
subject, the department of medical diagnosis receiving practical treat-
nie.nl here as well as at the clinic.
STATE UNIVERSITY OE IOWA.
The Chair of Surgery will combine thorough practical, theoretical,
pathological, and clinical teaching. All candidates for final examination
are required to perform upon the cadaver such operations as are made
upon the living subject; likewise to assist at clinics and in the hospital.
Thorough attention will also be given during the entire session to the
practical adaptation of bandages, splints, and surgical dressings.
OBSTETRICS AM) GYNECOLOGY.
The instruction in these important departments is complete. All
modern means for illustration are employed, and advanced students are
carefully trained in the principal obsteteric operations.
The thorough study of this branch, for at least two courses, is made a
condition of graduation. Facilities for obtaining material are such, un-
der improved legislation in the state, that an abundance will always be
provided for all who may apply. The demonstrator will always be ready
to aid and direct the prosecution of these studies.
I pon the completion of each course of dissection, the student will be
examined on the anatomy of the part dissected. If the character of the
dissection and the examination be satisfactory, a certificate to that effect
will be given.
In order that the operation of this department of the school may be
successfully carried on, all students are required to take out the clemon-
onstrator's ticket prior to October 1st.
OPHTHALMOLOGY AND OTOLOGY.
The instruction in these branches combines didactic and clinical teach-
ing. One lecture a week is given in the anatomy, physiology, and pathol-
ogy of the regions involved, and the Wednesday clinic is devoted to the
diagnosis and treatment of their diseases. Large numbers of cases ap-
pear at these clinics, and a great many operations of all kinds are per-
The essentials, to the practitioner, of this important department of
medicine will be fully treated.
This subject is discussed as concisely as possible, with the special
needs of the general practitioner constantly in view, and material appear-
ing at the clinics from time to time during the term, utilized in its illus-
tration. These lectures will be delivered during the latter part of
O MEDICAL DEPARTMENT.
SANITARY SCIENCE AND PUBLIC HYGIENE.
Prof. Shrader will deliver one lecture a week, during the fall term, on
matters pertaining to Sanitary Science and Public Hygiene.
The clinics have been well and abundantly supplied with material.
The patronage of the hospital is so large that a great variety of cases is
presented for operation and treatment.
Every case is fully utilized as a means of instruction, by a system of
examination, in which advanced students are required to diagnosticate
disease and suggest treatment, before the class, subject to the amend-
ments of the clinical teacher.
A number of lectures on the general science of Dentistry will be given
during the term, by a member of the Dental Faculty.
In consequence of the increase in the number of students, and the
growing demand for hospital accommodation, the Sisters of Mercy have
purchased one of the largest and finest mansions of Iowa City, to which
they have added four large hospital wards, which afford room for one
hundred beds, besides leaving a number of choice private rooms for such
patients as may prefer to occupy separate apartments. The building
is of brick, beautifully located, warmed throughout with steam, lighted
with gas, and well supplied with water and sewerage.
The chemical laboratory furnishes facilities for such work as is
adapted to the needs of medical students. The chemical instruction in-
cludes the general principles of the science and sufficient actual practice
to bring those principles home to the mind and render them available.
A series of practical exercises in the analysis of normal and pathological
urine, and of urinary calculi, conclude the required portion of the course.
Instruction is kept continually in thorough review by a system of
daily class examinations, in which the student is examined on previous
lectures, and his standing in such examination is recorded for future
FINAL PUBLIC EXAMINATIONS.
Iii the absence of any legislation on the subject in the state of Iowa,
the Faculty of this department lias ever recognized the right of the med-
ical profession of the slate to an investigation of the qualifications of all
its students. Accordingly there is always appointed by the Board of
Regents of the University, an examining committee from the member-
ship of the Shite Medical Society, who direct and take part in the exam-
ination of all applicants for graduation during the two days preceding
the clQ^e of the session.
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No st u. lent can graduate from the department without receiving the
recommendation of the Committee on Examinations.
The museum contains a Large and Interesting collection of morbid and
other specimens, furnishing a valuable aid to instruction in its large
amount of material illustrative of pathological and normal conditions.
This is constantly drawn upon as a means of demonstration.
Physicians are earnestly requested to send to the curator any speci-
mens of healthy, morbid, or comparative anatomy — for all of which
favors due credit will be given by labelling the specimens with the name
of the donor before placing them in the Museum.
THE MEDICAL LIBRARY.
The Etanney Memorial Medical Library, consisting of a large number
of works especially devoted to insanity and mental diseases, is open for
consultation, together with a well-selected list of books on general medi-
cal subjects, to which are added, each year, the latest works and the
latest editions. The library adjoins the reading room and will be open
every day of the session. The reading room is supplied with the current
Medical students have also the privilege of drawing books from the
general library of the University.
PROGRAMME OF LECTURES, CLINICS, ETC.
9 to 10
11 to 12
1 to 2
Eye and Ear
2 to 3
3 to 4
7 to 9 P. M.. Practical Anatomy.
10 to 11
11 to 12
1 to 2
Eye and Ear
2 to 3
3 to 4
7 to 9 p. M., Practical Anatomy.
9 to 10
10 to 11
11 tO 12
1 to 2
Eye and Ear
2 tO 3
3 to 4
RECITATIONS, REVIEWS, ETC.
Histology and Microscopical Anatomy, for Juniors, Friday, from 9 a. m. to 12 m.
Chemical Analysis, for Seniors, Monday, from 9 A. m. to 12 m.
Review of Materia Medica, for Middle Class, Thursday, from 3 to 4 p. m.
Recitation in Anatomy, for Middle Class, Tuesday, from 3 to 4 p. m.
Bandaging and Surgical Dressing, for Seniors, Thursday, from 11 a. m. to 12 m.
Recitations and review in Obstetrics, for Seniors, Friday, from 3 to 4 p. m.
A course of lectures on Hygiene will be given before the Holidays, Thursday, from 2
to 3 i'. M.
Medical Diagnosis for Seniors, Tuesday, from 1 to 2 P. M.
The time for Lectures on Medical Jurisprudence and Mental Diseases
will be definitely announced in the early part of the session.
A ay changes made in this programme will be announced at the open-
ing of the term.
STATE UNIVERSITY OF IOWA. II
I i:\T BOOKS AND BOOKS OF REFERENCE.
These can be obtained at the bookstores in Iowa City. Average cost,
per volume, from $3.00 to $5.00.
The following are recommended by the Faculty:
Anatomy Gray, Quain, Holden, Weiss,
Physiology Flint, Dalton, Foster, Kirke.
Chemistry Roscoe and Schorlemmer, Fownes, Fresenius, Atwood,
I 'riii< Analysis Xeubauer and Vogel, Hoffman and Ultzmann, Mar-
shall and Smith (Casselmann.)
Toxicology Wormley, Dragendorff, Sonnenschein, Woodman and
Surgery— Bryant, Hamilton, Holmes, Agnew, Billroth, Gross, Stephen
Practice of M edicine — Flint, Bartholow, Loomis, Da Costa's Medical
Obstetrics — Lusk, Parvin, Leishman, Playfair, Cazeaux, Hodge.
Gynecology — Thomas, Byford, Emmett, Goodell, Hewitt, Munde,
Materia Medica and Therapeutics — United States Dispensatory,
Bartholow, Wood, Mann's Prescription Writing.
diseases of Children — Semple, J. L. Smith, Day.
Medical Jurisprudence — McClelland's Civil Malpractice, Wharton and
Stille, Beck, Elwell.
Microscopic Anatomy — Strieker, Beale, Frye, Satterthwaite.
Ophthalmology — Mittendorf, Stellwag, Nettleship, Alt, W^ells.
Otology— Roosa, Politzer.
Insanity— Bucknil and Tuke, Hammond, Spitzka, Ross.
It is of far greater advantage to the student, during his collegiate
course to study and review a single text-book in each department than to
read several cursorily. It is, therefore, advised that a single work in each
department, recommended above, be chosen and carefully studied, while
any others may be used for reference and subsequent perusal.
Lectures for each yearly session, . . . $20 00
Matriculation fee, paid but once, . . 5 00
Demonstrator's ticket, . . , . 10 00
Examination fee (for final examinations), . . 25 00
Hospital ticket, . . . . . 3 00
No charge for material for dissection.
12 MEDICAL DEPARTMENT.
Students taking the chemical laboratory course will be charged the
sum of 85.00 to cover breakage and cost of chemicals used.
By order of the Board of Regents, no student will be enrolled until all
necessary fees have been paid.
All fees must be paid, at the beginning of the session, to the Secretary
of the University, Wm. J. Haddock.
The Faculty ticket will be issued only on presentation of the Secre-
Alumni of this department will be admitted to lectures and clinics free
Graduates of colleges which are recognized by this department will be
admitted to fall privileges upon the payment of $10.00, exclusive of ma-
A certificate of time of attendance and of preliminary examination
is issued to each student during the last week of the session, and all col-
leges are hereby notified that tickets of this department are valueless
unless accompanied by such certificates.
students, on arrival, will apply for all needed information to the Sec-
retary of the Faculty, Dr. II. W. Hill.
EXAMINATION FOR ADMISSION.
All candidates for admission to the course of medical lectures must
give evidence of a good English education.
If the applicant presents a diploma of a literary or scientific college or
a certificate of having passed the entrance examination of such an institu-
tion, or a certificate of graduation from a high school or academy, such di-
ploma or certificate may be accepted in lieu of an examination; but the
Faculty reserves the right in all cases to examine the applicant on his
knowledge of the use of the English language.
Candidates not presenting certificates must pass an examination
before a committee of the Faculty, as follows: A written composition
not to exceed a page of foolscap, on a given subject, which will be a test
of orthography, grammar, etc.; an examination in common arithmetic,
history of the United States, geography, and elementary physics, or natu-
students from other schools not requiring preliminary examinations
in us! present credentials or be examined for admission.
Certificates of qualification should be presented the first day of the
term. The examining hoard of* the Faculty will meet those requiring
examination during the first week of the term.
REQUIREMENTS FOR GRADUATION.
1st. The candidate must he twenty-one years of age;
2d. Of unexceptional moral character, and
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3d. II*' niusi have been engaged in the study of medicine for three
years under the direction of a regular practitioner in good standing.
Ith. The time of study must include attendance on at least three
courses of lectures, the last of which must be taken in this institution.
5th. The candidate must have satisfactorily completed at least two
courses in practical Anatomy.
6th. The deportment during the term must have been unexceptional;
7th. Attendance upon all lectures, clinics and other instruction in the
course must have been in accordance with the requirements of the
8th. Members of the Junior class w r ill be examined in Histology at
the end of that year.
9th. Members of the Middle class, at the end of that year, must pass
satisfactory examinations in Anatomy, Physiology, Materia Medica and
Chemistry, for which the fee of ten dollars must be paid before examina-
In case of failure to pass these examinations no part of the fee will be
returned, but the student may be re-examined at the end of the Senior
students of the Senior class must notify the Secretary of the Faculty,
in writing, during the second week of February, of their intention of
becoming applicants for the degree of Doctor of Medicine, at the same
time presenting the final examination fee of $15 and a certificate of legal
age and good moral character.
During the last week of the term, having complied with the other re-
quirements, they must pass a satisfactory examination in Surgery,
Practice of Medicine and Obstetrics, and in any other subjects taught, if
so directed by the Faculty, at the beginning of the term.
In case of failure to pass these examinations, fifty per cent, of the
examination fee will be returned.
THE MEDICAL BUILDING
Is located on the south end of the campus, in a line with the other Univer-
sity buildings. It is one of the best and most commodious medical college
buildings in the west. It comprises a basement for general purposes, the
first floor containing the Secretary's office, the janitor's and professors'
rooms, a museum, library, recitation rooms, and a students' waiting and
On the second door is a spacious and well lighted amphitheatre,
having accomodations for four hundred students; a physiological labora-
tory supplied with a sufficient number of microscopes for class-work, and
with other appliances; a chemical laboratory of large size, with all neces-
sary apparatus; prosector's room and general faculty room.
14 MEDICAL DEPARTMENT.
The whole of the third floor ( 80x36 feet ) is used as a dissecting room,
is supplied with sinks and water, and each table is lighted with gas.
The whole building is heated with steam and is well ventilated.
Board in Iowa City can be obtained for from $2.00 to $3.00 per week ;
rooms, from $1.00 to $4.00 per month. Many students procure rooms
and board in clubs, which materially reduces the cost.
Graduates of this school are requested to immediately acquaint the
Secretary of the Faculty, Dr. Hill, with their post-office address, and to
inform him promptly of any change of residence.
For any further information, or for full announcements, address the
Secretary, Dr. II. W. Hill, Iowa City.
GRADUATES, MARCH 6TM, 1889
G HADED COURSE.
('. P. Coulson,
stacy 1). Dimond,
Edward Elisha Dorr,
A 11 «»iis L. Ilageboeck,
Isaiah W. Ilaughey,
John C. Lewis,
Hugh Mullarky, Jr.,
James Frederick Presnell,
Edwin Forest Price,
George S. Boob,
Lewis A. Rodgers,
L. Matt Shaw,
James Calvin Smith,
John L>. Wolfe,
Albert II. Andrews,
Matthew II. Blackburn,
William T. ('arson,
Fred Alonzo Cogswell,
John C. Dennison,
Douglas W. Detwiler,
Frank 11 Dodd,
Bert C. Dunkelberg,
John Edward Garver,
Samuel Thomas Gray,
Arthur Isaac Groves,
J. Fields Hasty,
Thomas A. Hobson,
Edward L. Kerns,
George W. Lott,
John Frank Newell,
Fred Willard Powers,
George F. Puffett,
Newton D. Ray,
Albert E. Scofield,
W. A. Scott,
Almon S. Shafer,
Joseph Claybaugh Smith,
Charles Chase Walsh,
Asa O. Wyland.
The address for the Faculty at the Commencement exercises was
delivered by the Hon. James M. Love, Chancellor of the Law Depart-
Coulson, C, P.,
J. B. Carder.
Dimond, S. B.,
A. J. Hobart.
Dorr, E. E.,
J. B. McCleary & Sou.
Hagan, Jas. II.,
Hageboeck, A. L.,
W. F. Peck.
Haughey, I. W.,
Ed. T. Printz.
Lewis, J. C.
R. w. urn.
Mullarky, Hugh, Jr.,
W. J, Mullarky.
Pressnell, J. F.,
E. F. Clapp.
Price. Ed. F.,
L. M. Thomas.
Robb, G. S.,
Rodgers, L. A..
D. A. Hurst.
Shaw, L. Matt.,
T. M. Haydeu.
Smith, James C,
Wolfe, Jno. I).,
J. C. Shrader.
J. Cal Williams.
N A M K.
Bradley, C. C,
L. II. Muuu.
Breen, Miss M. A,
Burbank, P. E.,
< Iherry, A..
\V. C. Weightman.
1 1 oil on. Fred,
T. B. Young.
Hull, A. (J..
Jones. (\. \\\.
N. J. Jones.
Lee, 1). It.,
\V. II. Myers.
Ludewig, W. II..
J. K. Kulp.
Mingus, P. M.,
N'eslor. R. J.,
II. A. Powers.
Talbott, .J. C.
Wallace, .J. E., P>.S.
A. J. Ilobsou.
STATE UNIVERSITY OF IOWA.
Adair & Beck.
Barewald, C. L.
Beane, A. A.
Beede, S. C.
F. F. Carl.
Bones, .1. M.
S. W. Clark.
Comer, J. J.
Conroy, II. 11.
I )evine, J. P.
N. J. Jones.
S. 0. Whalley.
Hagens, G. J.
B. F. Keables.
Harriman, J. W.
Harriman & Krebbs
Holman, C. W.
Ilolson, H. R.
Jayne, R. A.
Jungblut, H. C.
Keables, H. F.
B. F. Keables.
La Force, W. B.
D. A. La Force.
Langan, J. C.
Long, C. 8.
J. T. Armstrong.
Marsh, W. E.
Maytum, W. J.
McGrath, W. C.
C. H. Morse.
Meddaugh, L. A.
Morgan, W. G.
A. W. Morgan.
Roche, J. J.
A. W. Cantwell.
D. S. Grossman.
Rohlf, W. A.
W. D. Middleton.
Sams, J. H.
G. A. Marietta.
Schiltz, N*. C.
T. T. Blaze.
Smythe, G. E.
A. L. Fugard.
Stover, B. H.
Strobehn, E. H.
W. F. Peck.
Thornburg, M. W.
J. B. Gardner.
Treynor, V. L.
J. M. Barstowe.
Underburg, E. C.
W. L. Bowman.
Andrews, A. H.,
L. G. Rhodes.
Blackburn, M. II.,
C. S. Boggs.
Carson, W. T.,
J. T. Steele.
Cogswell, F. A.,
E. M. Keyes.
Dennison, J. C,
A. W. Morgan.
Detwiler, D. W.,
Dodd, F. B.,
0. B. Dodd.
Dunkelberg, B. C,
D. W. Crouse.
R. A. Dunkelberg
,Garver, J. E.,
C. S. Knox.
Gray, S. T.,
I. H. Guinn.
Groves, A. I.,
L. S. Groves.
Hasty, J. F.,
H. E. W. Barnes.
Hobson, T. A.,
A. J. Hobson.
Hoff, A. W.,
Kerns, E. L.
L. D. Dunn.
Lott, G. W.,
G. A. Pruitt.
Newell, J. F.,
D. A. La Force.
Powers, F. W.,
J. L. Powers.
Puffett, G. F.,
N. S. Craig.
Ray, N. D.,
A. K. Berry.
Scofield, A. E.,
I. H. Phillips.
Scott, W. A.,
W. A. Yohn.
J. E. Gilmore.
Shafer, A. S-.,
I. D. Payne.
Smith, Joseph C,
J. N. Smith.
W. H. Byrcl.
Walsh, C. C.
R. F. Brown.
Wyland, A. O.,
J. M. Wyland.
Barthell, J. F.,
Beavis, Rev. A. J., M. S.
Belt, A. L.,
M. L. Allen.
J. J. Williams.
Chaffin, W. F.,
Conroy, E. M.,
D. C. Brockman.
Dennis, E. G.,
C. W. Dennis.
Dobson, G. II.,
M. L. Allen.
Fountain, C. B.,
T. S. Kepler.
Ilawley, II. C,
W. A. Ilawley.
STATE UNIVERSITY OF IOWA.
Hazard. A. s..
0. II. BartheU.
Higbee, (). F.,
M. B. Moon.
James, Miss 1 Jessie,
Lt'sscn^er, \V. S.,
A. W. McClure.
Loomis, V. V...
S. E. llobinson.
IMniu'v. Mrs. E. P.,
J. C. Shrader.
Potter, .1. A.,
W. M. Tigner.
Stoddard, C. X.,
T. S. Kepler.
R. D. Wilkins.
Jas. S. Whitmire.
Z. H. Whitmire.
Whitmire, Z. L.,
Jas. S. Whitmire.
Whitney, Wm. E.,
Brant, W. M.
Ilinchman, J. J.,
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